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Reference Search Results You searched for Clathrates

BBC News. 2013. "Japan extracts gas from methane hydrate in world first. Japan says it has successfully extracted natural gas from frozen methane hydrate off its central coast, in a world first." BBC News 12 March.

Boswell, Ray and Timothy S. Collett. 2011. "Current perspectives on gas hydrate resources." Energy and Environmental Science 4:1206-1215. 

Damm, Ellen, Andreas Mackensen, Gereon Bude, Eckhard Faberb, and Claudia Hanflanda. 2005. "Pathways of methane in seawater: Plume spreading in an Arctic shelf environment (SW-Spitsbergen)." Continental Shelf Research 25(1213):1453-1472.

Gu, Guangsheng, Gerald R. Dickens, Gaurav Bhatnagar, Frederick S. Colwell, George J. Hirasaki, and Walter G. Chapman. 2011. "Abundant Early Palaeogene marine gas hydrates despite warm deep-ocean temperatures." Nature Geoscience 4:848-851. [news story]

Joyce, Christopher. 2013. "Could Tapping Undersea Methane Lead To A New Gas Boom?" NPR 15 March. [podcast]

Judd, Alan G. 2003. "The global importance and context of methane escape from the seabed." Geo-Marine Letters 23(3-4):147-154. [PDF]

Kennett, James P. n.d. "Role of Methane Hydrates in Climate Change: Compelling evidence and debate." Slide presentation, University of California, Santa Barbara. [PDF]

Lott, Melissa C. 2013. "Methane hydrates – bigger than shale gas, 'game over' for the environment?" Scientific American 19 March. 

NETL. 2011. Energy Resource Potential of Methane Hydrate: An introduction to the science and energy potential of a unique resource. National Energy Technology Lab, Pittsburgh. [PDF]

NRC. 2010. Realizing the Energy Potential of Methane Hydrate for the United States. National Research Council (NRC), Committee on Assessment of the Department of Energy's Methane Hydrate Research and Development Program: Evaluating Methane Hydrate as a Future Energy Resource, National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. [news story in ScienceDaily]

Pohlman, John W., James E. Bauer, William F. Waite, Christopher L. Osburn, and N. Ross Chapman. 2011. "Methane hydrate-bearing seeps as a source of aged dissolved organic carbon to the oceans." Nature Geoscience 4:37-41.

Ruppel, Carolyn D. 2011. "Methane Hydrates and Contemporary Climate Change." Nature Education Knowledge 3(10):29. [debate from Dot Earth by Andrew Revkin] [related blog post]

USGS. Gas Hydrates Project. "The USGS Gas Hydrates Project focuses on the study of natural gas hydrates in deep water marine systems and permafrost areas." United Stetes Geological Survey. [research update]

Walter Anthony, Katey M., Peter Anthony, Guido Grosse, and Jeffrey Chanton. 2012. "Geologic methane seeps along boundaries of Arctic permafrost thaw and melting glaciers." Nature Geoscience 5:419-426. 

Westbrook, Graham K., Kate E. Thatcher, Eelco J. Rohling, Alexander M. Piotrowski, Heiko Pälike, Anne H. Osborne, Euan G. Nisbet, Tim A. Minshull, Mathias Lanoiselle, Rachael H. James, Veit Hühnerbach, Darryl Green, Rebecca E. Fisher, Anya J. Crocker, Anne Chabert, Clara Bolton, Agnieszka Beszczynska-Möller, Christian Berndt, and Alfred Aquilina. 2009. "Escape of Methane Gas from the Seabed along the West Spitsbergen Continental Margin." Geophysical Research Letters 36:L15608. [abstract]  [PDF]  [news story]

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